Prof. Amy Fu, Ph.D.

Professor in Pain Management, Assoc. Head(RS) & Professor
PDPT (MSc Scheme Chair), PR Cert (Spinal Manip), PgD (Epi & App Biostat),
MPhil (CUHK), PhD (PolyU)
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Hong Kong

About - Prof. Amy Fu, Ph.D.
      Prof. Fu graduated in 1982 as a qualified physiotherapist and completed her master and doctorate studies in 1996 and 2003. She joined the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 1994.
      Prof. Fu involves in teaching, research and consultation in the area of musculoskeletal and sports, and is the programme coordinator for the post-graduate programme in sports physiotherapy.
      Prof. Fu’s research foci are on early detection, assessment and rehabilitation of musculotendinous problems so as to optimize movements and sports performance. Her research team develops new technologies for early detection of musculoskeletal problems across life span and activity levels from athletes to elderly. One of her current projects merges artificial intelligence with mobile app design for screening pre-clinical joint degeneration in community dwelling seniors so as to provide them with timely rehabilitation. Clinical research aside, her research team is also committed to study the mechanisms underpinning the clinical problems. The team uses state of the art approaches such as shearwave elastography, MRI and electromyography coupled with kinetic analysis to study the physical and biomechanical properties of muscles and tendons.
      Prof. Fu continues to serve the China National Judo Team and the GuangDong Sports Training Centre. She is also appointed as Medical Advisor for The Judo Association of Hong Kong and the Korfball Association of Hong Kong. In addition, She is the Clinic Director of the Rehabilitation Clinic of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

Primary Health Care

Keynote Topic
Primary health care for joint degeneration of the knee
Supporting Organizations
Chiang Mai University
Chiang Mai
Government Office
Chiang Mai Provincial
Public Health Office
Chiang Mai Provincial Office of Tourism and Sports
Chiang Mai Provincial Administrative Organization
The Occupational Therapist Association of Thailand (OTAT)
The Physical Therapy Association of Thailand (PTAT)
Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau